Delicious and Tasteless


Delicious adjective - Very pleasing to the sense of taste.
Usage example: the family sat down to a delicious Thanksgiving dinner

Tasteless is an antonym for delicious in pleasing topic.

Nearby Word: Delicia


Tasteless adjective - Lacking in taste or flavor.
Usage example: breakfast was usually plain, tasteless oatmeal

Delicious is an antonym for tasteless.

Both words in one sentence

  • The trope comes up in Better Call Saul in a passing reference to Golden Delicious apples, which Charles McGill describes as "usually pretty tasteless".
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